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to do is make sure that the game is as safe as possible. in the nfl, we're changing the rules. we're making sure the equipment is the best possible equipment. we're investing in research to make sure that we can address concussions, not just to make football safer at the nfl level but all levels, and other sports. >> schieffer: well let me ask you this-- and i'm going to ask you this question because some widowes of some nfl players have asked me to ask you-- do you now acknowledge that there is' link between the game and these concussions that people have been getting, some of these brain injuries. >> that's why we're investing in the research so we can answer the question, what is the link? what causes some of the injuries that our players are still dealing with? and we take those issues very seriously. we're putting $30 million into the national institutes of health. this morning we announced an initiative with general electric to put more research into how do these injuries occur? how do we prevent them? and how do we diagnose them with some leading companies and this is somet
? former players take on the nfl trying to save the league if itself. >>> i'm kristal ball. >> my plea to beyonce. maybe i'll sing it. watch and find out. >>> one of the ben filths of having the worldwide resources of nbc news behind you is that you get exclusives like this. the doj memo that explains why it believes it's perfectly legal for the president to kill any american overseas who's a suspected senior terror leader. according to the 16-page memo, the executive branch doesn't have to answer to anyone, not the courts, not congress. no one. it lays out a three-part kill list criteria, step one, informed high level u.s. official has determined the target poses a, quote, iminnocent threat of violent attack and clear evidence of an attack is not required. step two, capture must be, quote, infeasible. and step three, the strike must be conducted according to, quote, laws of war principles. but this isn't a just in case guideline. the targeted killings of u.s. citizens have already happened. september 2011, two were killed in yemen. both were u.s. citizens. yes, it's believed al allaki
's behind the mic contributor and nbc analyst, cris collinsworth, his eighth year nfl career, all with the cincinnati bengals. twice he went to the super bowl with those cincinnati bengals. he was an all-american for the university of florida. drafted by the bengals in '81. three pro bowls. at least 13 career sports emmy awards. i think that may have been last week. he's got about 462. and we welcome cris collinsworth to the proceedings here in new orleans. always good to see you, chris. >> good to see you. rachel, welcome. how about this? your new job for you, and sitting next to a legend over there. pretty good. >> i'm a lucky girl. >> know what, i had forgotten one other thing about your biography. because of your speed, and you were a fleet wide receiver, who actually began your career as a quarterback, he's the only guy on the set who actually once raced a horse. look at this. from 1983. who was the horse? >> it was a horse called mr. hurry. >> he did -- >> he had a career of 109 races without a win until that day. beat me, yeah. >> did you challenge the horse? >> well, honor
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great grandfather. l. ron hubbard. >> cenk: an then did you know that the nfl is a non-profit? wait until you find out how much they're paying their current ceo and past ceo when they're not paying any taxes. great story, great show. go time. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> cenk: all right, welcome to "the young turks." so now we've got a lot of trouble in the middle east. for example in syria we have yet normas kerr. this one in alepo. at least 65 bodies found by a riverbed up to as many as 80 now people are reporting. they were brought to that school that you're seeing now and people are picking through to see who was massacred there. their hands were tied behind their backs, and they were shot in the head. now, one more story about syria iran has jumped in the mix here, in aid to the ayatollah said syria plays a very key role in supporting or god forbid destabilizing the resistance front. for this reasons an attack on syria is considered an attack on iran and iran's allies. the reason why that is devastating is if there is any action taken in syria here we go. it's a much larger war.
lewis. his last nfl game. but those story lines were very quickly overshadowed by the sports illustrated article but claims to have a link between ray lewis and a substance on the nfl ab -- banned list. the product is on the nfl nann -- banned list. lewis denied the use. he pointed out this is a similar store that surfaced two years ago which he denied then. sources say he is used products from a company in the past but never products are substances from the banned list. >> that was a two-year old story. that you awnt me to refresh. i would i give him the credit to mention his name or his antics in my moment. so i will not even speak about it. i have been in -- in this business 17 years. every test i have ever taken in the nfl -- there has never been a question if i even thought about using anything. so to entertains dipody like that, tell him to try to get his story out of somebody else. >> to say ray lewis was intense would be an understatement. the one thing we did see that we very much expected was the crowd around the ray lewis. the ray lewis factor at super bowl xlvii is unavoidabl
a opposing sidelines. the game also marks the end of one of the n.f.l.'s great careers with the retirement of ravens' linebacker ray lewis. joining me, peter king of "sports illustrated," widely regarded as america's premier n.f.l. writer. his column "monday morning quarterback" has become a must read for n.f.l. fans since it began 15 years ago. i'm pleased to have him back at this table. welcome back. >> thank you, charlie. appreciate it. >> rose: set up this game for me. you have said that the ravens should have the upper hand because they're on a roll an you beat peyto manning and tom brady, you deserve a certain amount of respect. >> well, if you go through your playoff run, after having a mediocre end to the year losing four of your last five and you come into the playoffs and you beat the young wonder kind, andrew luck, then you beat peyton manning and tom brady on the road and your defense-- which was suspect the whole year-- allows 14 points a a game in those three games then you start to say, you know, there's something going on here. and you start to look at them and say this is
. at that point i was hopelessly in love with the nfl. had no idea that i would one day be calling the nfl or that i would am could be ba and have a chance to call a super bowl here in new orleans. >> rose: we conclude with an owner's perspective on the nfl, robert kraft of the new england patriots. >> my philosophy in any of our business to get the best people we can get. that doesn't mean the person i might choose might not be right for you. but it is right for us. and i have to feel that i can build a relationship with key managers. and if i can't, then we usually don't do it. and they don't teach this stuff at harvard business school. i mean it's just something you l and y feeland it's right or it isn't right. >> rose: a program note, more of my conversations about new orleanses with james carville, mary matalin and julia reed will be seen next week. tonight, the city and the game when we continue. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: mitch landrieu is her
, and the 49ers have been very out front about supporting lgbt people and the nfl has really been saying it's going to take on homophobia so you have to wonder also about the sensitivity training and what they've really done in talking to these players. >> well he did apologize. did you think his apology was sincere? >> it didn't seem sincere at all, particularly his written apology before he had come out and spoken. he said these were just reflections in his head, not in his heart, and i'm not quite sure what that means and his pr guy said we all misinterpreted what he said. i think it was pretty clear what he said. he said that closeted gay players should not think about coming out, and that's a threat to them. >> so what do you think should happen, if an apology is not enough? >> i think there need to be ramifications, repercussions, otherwise all of the nfl's claims to take on homophobia are just empty gestures, suspension is something that they did for a player on the 49ers just a month ago, brendan jacobs, when he spoke out in a negative tone about his bosses. he tweeted something abo
. >>> later, could a piece of equipment from the nfl's past protect players from today. -- protect its players today. list of almost two thousand corporate partners - companies like microsoft, american red cross and adobe - to create options for you. not only that, we're using what we learn from these partners to shape our curriculum, so that when you find the job you want you'll be a perfect fit. let's get to work. >>> the economy, domestic policy and republican head winds with the hill's a.b. stoddard, former bush labor secretary elaine chao, former adviser melody barnes and mike duffy of "time" magazine up next. ng a fulltime indoor cat wasn't easy for atti. but he had purina cat chow indoor. he absolutely loved it. and i knew he was getting everything he needed to stay healthy indoors. and after a couple of weeks, i knew we were finally home! [ female announcer ] purina cat chow indoor. and for a delicious way to help maintain a healthy weight, try new purina cat chow healthy weight. then you're going to love this. right now they're only $14.95! wow-a grt deal just got a whole lot better.
threats reported and law enforcement is a abundant. there are police on every corner. and the nfl have hired 4,000 private officers. >> new orleans is a wonderful city and a wonderful host to this year's super bowl. we have been working very closely with new orleans, with the state of louisiana, with many other state and local partners to make sure that the run up to the game is safe and secure and the game itself is safe and secure. >> on the lighter side, the harbaugh parents, jack and jackie, met the media. on sunday they will watch their sons, john and jim, squaring off in super bowl xlvii. it is the 49ers against the ravens. we have a sample from what was a very entertaining news conference today. >> they are going to ask us how we feel on this historic event. jackie, who has it better than us? nobody. >> loose lips sink ships. they both have subscribed to that philosophy. no one talks to anyone. >> am i talking too much? we are so excited for john and jim to be in this situation. >> there is going to be one winner, and there is going to be one that is going to be totally disappoi
is a abundant. there are police on every corner. and the nfl have hired 4,000 private officers. >> new orleans is a wonderful city and a wonderful host to this year's super bowl. we have been working very closely with new orleans, with the state of louisiana, with many other state and local partners to make sure that the run up to the game is safe and secure and the game itself is safe and secure. >> on the lighter side, the harbaugh parents, jack and jackie, met the media. on sunday they will watch their sons, john and jim, squaring off in super bowl xlvii. it is the 49ers against the ravens. we have a sample from what was a very entertaining news conference today. >> they are going to ask us how we feel on this historic event. jackie, who has it better than us? nobody. >> loose lips sink ships. they both have subscribed to that philosophy. no one talks to anyone. >> am i talking too much? we are so excited for john and jim to be in this situation. >> there is going to be one winner, and there is going to be one that is going to be totally disappointed. my thoughts go to that one that will no
a comment about gays in the nfl. >> i'm sure you've heard the story by now. chris culver saying he would be opposed to having a guy teammate. now he did release a statement saying in part he apologized for the words he said in the interview and today he tried to clear the air in what was a very lengthy session with the media. and here are the comments today. >> really just, i was not thinking or something i thought was not something i feel in my heart. >> would you welcome a homosexual teammate. >> if it is, then it is. everybody is treated equally in our locker room. >> 49's ceo said he did talk with culver africa he made the arguments. hear your comment on the situation. >> he want to grow. he wants it learn the lgbt community. he wants to learn more about communities at large in the bay area. now it is up to us to either treat that with innocencive or you can take hm at his worse and say, okay, this is a thu positive bb win-win for everybody for the nfl at large. that how i will approach it. i hope chris will live up to the comments, as i want to expand my horizons and i'm truly story
ravens linebacker ray lewis used deer ant ler extract which contains a substance that's banned by the nfl. in 17 seasons lewis has never failed a drug test. he says it's just irritating that someone would think key. >> i had a heck of a relationship and too much respect for the business, and my body, to ever violate like that. so to entertain foolishness like that from cowards who come from the outside and try to destroy what we've built, it's sad to even entertain it on this type of stage, because this type of stage is what dreams are made of. >> reporter: and more controversial news out of new orleans. yesterday 49ers cornerback chris culliver made anti-gay remarks saying he wouldn't welcome a gay flairn locker room. he also said the 49ers didn't have any homosexual players, and if they did, those players should leave. crueliver backtracked tonight saying the derogatory comments were a reflection of thoughts in my head but they are not how i feel. those discriminating feelings are not in my heart. i pledge to learn and grow from this experience. like i said, you guys saw the pictures of
california tax -- taxpayers are hipping former nfl players who suffered injuries on the field. >> and a deadly tour bus crash in southern california and the death toll is mounting. we'll explain what happened. >> and a hitchhike better a hatchet is a hero after >>> records were set in the super bowl including at half time. >> one, two, three four. >> beyonce's half time show was a twitter sensation. it was one of the most hyped events of the game, and when she reunited with the former members of destiny's child the twitter verse blew up. twitter experienced about 270,000 related tweets per minute of half time. that is about six million in all. >> that's incredible. and she nailed it, and yes she sang live. >> yes, she did. >>> when it comes to football injury is part of the game, but who pays for the injuries nfl players suffer over the course of their career? >> in someways it costs you the taxpayer some 3,000 nfl players who never played for a california-based team who have workers comp cases pending in the california courts. >> now a closer look. >> some call the nfl an ind
mistake twice. >>> later koor, could a piece o equipment from the nfl's past protect players from today. one that's always eluded me. thought i had it in the blizzard of '93. ha! never even came close. sometimes, i actually think it's mocking me. [ engine revs ] what?! quattro!!!!! ♪ officewith an online package new colincluding: domain name,y! website builder with five pages and basic email just $49.99! that's up to 76 percent below online providers and only at officemax stores! [heart beating] [heartbeat continues] [heartbeat, music playing louder] ♪ i'm feeling better since you know me... ♪ announcer: this song was created with heartbeats of children in need. find out how it can help frontline health workers bring hope to millions of children at everybeatmatters.org. >>> the economy, domestic policy and republican head winds with the hill's a.b. stoddard, former labor secretary elaine chao and mike duffy up next. -oh! oh! oh! ♪ what do you know? oh! ♪ bacon? -oh! -oh! oh! [ female announcer ] with 40 delicious progresso soups at 100 calories or less, there are plenty of rea
and doctors piling on to the nfl over head injuries. chronic brain condition of cte is beginning to make the way in to the public conscious. it's the clearest evidence of brain damage linked to depression, memory loss, early dementia and even death. but the lawsuits don't fault the league, necessarily, for a lack of issue on the issue. the nfl accused of researching the long-term effects of concussions but then covering up the results to protect its bottom line. that's a claim the league vehemently denied. could the legal challenges change the game forever and necessarily a bad thing? bloomberg businessweek's latest cover story is "crunch time." it's on news stands right now and paul bar vet the author and assisting managing editor. welcome. >> thanks. >> you write in here that the very future of football is at stake here and i'll quote you. you say if science one day determines that merely playing serious tackle football increases the danger of brain disease it's conceivable that the nfl could go the way of professional boxing. that sounds pretty dire. >> yeah. well, that's the fear. th
in the nfl, there has never been a question. to even entertain stupidity like that, tell them to try to get his story of love somebody else. >> the lightning rod story of the day, not the only story line to say the least. when you have to deal with a media day, ray lewis has experience from the 2000 super bowl. 49 players have never that in a super bowl. >> they could probably use some guidance. when you think of mentoring, you think of kids. but it happens on the football field, too. >> one of the more interesting stories comes from the center position. the fourteenth season, probably his final one. and a rookie, a young man for whom he has become a mentor. you had better get used to some rapping. >> i hate him. but his mom makes good meatballs. >> you had better learn to deal with sarcasm and quickly. >> it doesn't take very long, i enjoy his jokes. >> but the sting of a quick burst of the town doesn't last. >> he has had it from the first day he has got here. he understands what he has to do and how he has to approaches work to be successful. i truly believe he will be a great player for
order to fill for sunday's n.f.l. super bowl tailgate party at the convention center. >> for me it's a passion. i love what i do. >> reporter: that love in every spoonful is why foodies call loretta's simply unbeatable. >> delicious new orleans. >> instead of a t-shirt, i brought him back, mike, your own creamy, crunchy, delicious piece of new orleans. >> you know what that means, right? you're reading the rest of the show. >> go ahead and enjoy. >>> we know the big draw on super bowl sunday is the super bowl the but in between we look forward to the commercials. this year advertisers were paying as much as $4 million for 30 seconds of time. you like that? >> yeah. >> the "u.s.a. today" ad meter rated each and every one of them. coming up at 5:48, debra alfarone will let us know which commercial came out on top in a nationwide poll of super bowl viewers. >>> time for the question of the morning. 20% of men say they use their computer password, they use this as their computer password. the favorite sports team, a, b, their nickname, or c, their hometown. >> log on to the wusa9 faceb
alto celebra baltimore el segundo campeonato de la nfl que obtienen los ravens en su historia. fue un juego donde reino la expectativa y hasta un apagon sorprendio a los jugadores y fanaticos que se encontraban en el estadio. en washington enfermeras protestaron y piden mejoras en las condiciones de su trabajo. increible pero cierto... estudio revela que saludos y bienvenidos!!. el equipo de futbol americano del vecino puerto de baltimore hace nuevamente historia al ganar por segunda ocasion del maximo galardon de la liga... pasamos enen vivo hasta baltimore con claudia uceda para que nos cuente como festejan los fanaticos de los ravens y como se planifica la bienvenida de los nuevos campeones a la ciudad..claudia..adelante. asi es estamos en por supuesto que probamos las amburguesas con pan morado y dejenme decirles que estuvo muy rico... y como les comentaba manana aqui continuara la celebracion... habra un desfile con en otras informaciones, los hospitales del distrito de columbia no tienen suficiente personal de enfermeria para proveer asistencia a pacientes, esto segun una rec
channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> the nfl and federal agents this morning touted their efforts to crack down on fake nfl merchandise. they say a crackdown called "operation red zone" seized a record $13.6 million worth of counterfeit items such as jerseys, caps and t-shirts this season. officials say the internet makes enforcement tougher because people can now buy fakes online from other countries at a fraction of what the official nfl items sell for. we're out there. this is a full-on fight. we're gonna stay at it and put people in jail and take websites and take people's illegal profits and make sure that american innovation is protected as much as can possibly be done. >> the nfl and federal government say agents are out in force at the super bowl in new orleans seizing counterfeit nfl gear and making arrests. stay with us for continuing coverage from new orleans our team is bringing you live reports from the big easy in every newscast leading up to the super bowl. and on sunday night, after the game, switch to channel 2 for a live local postgame show with fans in the bay area and n
of the lombardi nfl championship trophy as the baltimore ravens and san francisco 49ers will play each other for that very trophy on sunday. they were asked about the opposite feelings they'll have after the game. >> every coach, every player, everybody in the organization when you win, everybody, it's jubilation and when you lose, it's just bitter disappointment because so much goes into it and it will be no different in this game, probably even on a greater scale because of the opportunity to win the championship. >> over the next hour and a half we have live super bowl coverage from our blitz and glitz team. andrea roane gives a taste of the new orleans signature suites. jc hayward has some high tea with former washington redskin bryon mitchell and our kristin fisher takes us behind the scenes of the super bowl at the superdome. >> but first our kristen berset sat down for an exclusive interview with the football family hollywood helped make famous and joins us live from new orleans. >> reporter: that's right. the super bowl is what football players dream for all their lives. it's what t
as ewe nonmouse with football as nfl. it's chronic traumatic enreceive lolg, a brain disease caused by trauma to the head and the scientific evidence points to the connection between this long-term brain disease and the concussions and collisions that are part of our sport. last year, a boston university study that examines the brain tissue of deceased players found 50 confirmed cases of cte. of 34 players, 33 had the disease. last week, researchers announced there's a study that was the first of its kind to study living players. they found the protein that causes cte seen here in the brains on the right column in all five players studied. then there are the lives behind the science and the studies. that is what life looks like for players after the game ends and the symptoms of cte end. grown men suffering with headaches, dementia, paranoia, difficulties walking and talking and sometimes, worst of all, suicide. we all witness the most tragic of the diseases consequences last may when star linebacker junior seay took his life. in fact, he is one of sever players, including dave, sha
with a former nfl player, wade davis, about the changing attitude toward gay athletes in professional sports. you can listen to my radio show on sirius xm radio channel 127 monday through friday noon to 3:00 p.m. certainly we want you to share your thoughts with us on our facebook and on twitter using the hashtag edshow. and we are coming right back. all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. that's the sound of car insurance companies these days. here a cheap, there a cheap, everywhere a cheap... you get it. so, what if instead of just a cheap choice, you could make a smart choice? like, esurance for example. they were born online and built to save people money from the beginning. it's what they've always done. not just something they cheap about. that's insurance for the modern world. esuran
. i'll talk with a former nfl player, wade davis, about the changing attitude toward gay athletes in professional sports. you can listen to my radio show on sirius xm radio channel 127 monday through friday noon to 3:00 p.m. certainly we want you to share your thoughts with us on our facebook and on twitter using the hashtag edshow. and we are coming right back. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." democrats either swim or get eaten up in the world created by citizens united. if you're going to play in this fishbowl you'd better be the shark, right? citizens united is still a very horrible decision. it created super pacs, which threaten our democracy through the secret money and powerful corporate interests. but democrats, what else are they going to do? they've got to get in the game. until something changes. a progressive super pac has already targeted ten republican house members for defeat in 2014. the house majority pac has a 70% success rate in 2012 elections. so their goal is to help return the house to democratic control despite a heavily gerrymandered playing field. the ten
is apologizing after his comments about gay players. i'll talk with a former nfl player, wade davis, about the changing attitude toward gay athletes in professional sports. you can listen to my radio show on sirius xm radio channel 127 monday through friday noon to 3:00 p.m. certainly we want you to share your thoughts with us on our facebook and on twitter using the hashtag edshow. and we are coming right back. all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." democrats either swim or get eaten up in the world created by citizens united. if you're going to play in this fishbowl you'd better be the shark, right? citizens united is still a very horrible decision. it created super pacs, which threaten our democracy through the secret money and powerful corporate int
. with the nation focusing on the super bowl, we want to turn to washington's role on regulating the nfl. we will use super bowl sunday to talk about government regulations when it comes to the issue of steroids or head injuries. the phone lines are open. let's begin with a look at some of the headlines courtesy of the museum. from "the san francisco chronicle" -- from "the baltimore sun" -- let's turn to the politics and policy behind the nfl. this is a story a few days ago from "the washington post." outlining a plan and a letter to the executive director of the players union. they agreed as part of a 2011 collective bargaining agreement that the players should be tested for hgh, but the two sides of that agreed. two seasons have been played without it. last weekend in new orleans, roger goodell was asked a number of questions including one on the issue of head injuries. here is more from last week. [video clip] >> i welcome the president's comments. we want to make sure people understand what we are doing to make our game safer, not just in the nfl but throughout sports. the changes we ar
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